Q: What are the specific ingredients in the beeswax base solution?

A: The materials are treated with a proprietary beeswax solution that contains mostly just that, beeswax! There are small amounts of other materials that could be found in a common OTC ointment, such as Aquaphor and Tripple-paste.

Q: How does beeswax affect the skin?

A: Beeswax has been applied to the skin for centuries. It naturally contains skin softening properties and provides a natural barrier for the skin. Beeswax also has anti-bacterial properties and is also anti-inflammatory, making it ideal for people suffering with eczema (atopic dermatitis), psoriasis, or other inflammatory skin conditions.

Q: How does the beeswax base solution work to keep lotions, creams, and prescriptions on the skin?

A: Occlusion / Moisture barrier- the wax is in bedded in the fabric, creating a barrier trapping the creams, lotions and/or prescriptions and preventing them from escaping, while still being breathable.

Q: What are the benefits of using Bee Well Therapeutics over traditional wet wraps?

A: Less of a mess dealing with water, soaking it into the bandage, wrapping it   around the desired area and hoping it stays there for the duration.

Q: Is Bee Well Therapeutics safe for use on all skin types?

A: YES! The treated fabric is great for all skin types.

Q: Are there any side effects associated with using Bee Well Therapeutics?

A: At this time there are no known side effects from using Bee Well Therapeutics treated fabric.

Q: How long do the garments last?

A: Depending on how often that the garments are washed, the care instructions on the back of the product are designed to make the product last as long as possible, which is about 4 to 6 hand wash cycles. 

Q: Can I wash my product?

A: The product can be hand-washed with gentle, non-scented laundry detergent such All Free and Clear. Allow product to air dry. Frequent washing will shorten the lifespan of the product.

Q: Is this product FDA-REGISTERED?

A: Bee Well Therapeutics treated fabric is FDA-REGISTERED (following FDA laws and regulations) and patent-pending.